Being a single mother of four is always a challenge, even more during a global pandemic.
Articles in Formation
We, the members of the Vincentian Family in the United States of America firmly state: the lives of men and women of color matter; they are our concern and our sorrow.
Blessed Marguerite Rutan was a French Daughter of Charity who served as the mother superior of a hospital until the...
It has been a journey from Trinity as a puzzle to Trinity as a model for my life.
Donating an ambulance dedicated to serving the medical emergencies of the homeless is but the latest expression of his sensitivity to their needs.
Especially in these fractious times, how to move more toward unity rather than separation? How to help others to see past tightly held identity markers?
“Respect for minorities is to be considered the touchstone of social harmony and the index of the civic maturity attained by a country and its institutions” St. John Paul II
Out of love, Jesus lays down his life for us sinners. No one, then, loves us more. He is the best proof that to be God is to be love. Nicodemus comes to Jesus at night. “Night” may mean he seeks light. Is he wrestling with “to be or not to be?” A question of salvation...
The hardships of war emptied out the homes of the poor in Vincent’s day. How will we work for those driven from their homes today?
The official prayer of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, as a video.
Catholic nuns emerged as the unexpected heroes in the 1918 Spanish flu epidemic that killed hundreds of thousands in the United States and millions worldwide.
Fr. Joe Agostino, international coordinator of the Vincentian Family Office, posted a video with an interesting reflection on this Pentecost.